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A Weekend in Salt Lake City | Utah

Bonneville Salt Flats

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Bonneville Salt Flats

~1.5 hr drive from Salt Lake City, 110 Miles, Exit mile maker 10

HOW TO GET THERE: From Salt Lake City, get on Interstate 80 going west. Just drive and drive for about 110 miles, just before the Nevada border, at mile marker 10. You will see a rest stop (Salt Flats Rest Area West Bound on Google maps) on the right side where you can park. If you want to drive on the salt flats, I believe you drive past this rest stop to Bonneville Speedway Road (take exit 4) and this road should take you onto the salt flats.

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A Weekend in Midtown | Sacramento, CA

Midtown Sacramento

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Explore Midtown

A few weeks back I did a take over on @exploremidtown’s Instagram. I shared some of my favorite spots in the heart of Sacramento, the farm to fork capital. Midtown is continuously growing with exciting events and a delicious food scene. In addition to the posts I shared on their instagram here are some additional photos and spots that didn’t make it!

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Magical Equestrian Senior Session | Sacramento, CA

magical senior session

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Shadow Glen Riding Stables

I had the pleasure of shooting Allison’s senior portraits a couple weekends ago at Lake Natoma with horses, Julie and Nash. Allison is graduating this spring from UC Davis with a degree in Communications. Her session took place at Shadow Glen Riding Stables where she currently teaches horseback riding, guides trail rides, and trains the new horses. She has been riding since she was eight, but over the last four years has become more involved in her passion, so it was only fitting for her to take her senior portraits with her beloved horses. Horse Photoshoot

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Couple’s Weekend Getaway Session | Big Sur, CA

big sur

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Point Lobos State Natural Reserve

A couple weekends ago, Jordan and I met up with Michelle and Shane in Big Sur. Michelle and Shane are a super sweet couple from Canada, visiting the California Coast. Because most of Big Sur is closed do to the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge collapse, we found ourself in the northern parts of Big Sur that are still accessible. We spent the late afternoon wandering Point Lobos, taking photos on the cliffs and watching otters below, crack clams open on their bellies.

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